Ulriksdal Palace

Ulriksdal Visitor Centre and café

In the palace grounds you will find Ulriksdal Palace Visitor centre and café. Here you can enjoy lunch in the cosy café space or take a coffee break on the garden chairs with a view of the grounds.

In newly restored rooms, in the building between the palace and the orangery, a new visit center with souvenir shop and café will open in spring 2024.

Here you will find information and tickets to the Orangery museum and the guided tours of Ulriksdal Palace.
You can also buy tickets att the entry to the palace and the orangery.

Relax after a walk in the park or the palace tour with a Swedish "fika" or a light lunch. The palace café offers both indoor and outdoor seating, or takeaway for a picnic in the park.

Opening hours summer 2024


Note! The visitor centre and the palace park will be closed on 16 June, open 15 June.

1–23 June (closed 16 June):
Tuesday–Thursday at 11:30–15:00
Saturday, Sunday at 11:30–16:00

25 June–18 Aug:
Tuesday–Sunday at 11:30–16:00

20 Aug–29 Sept:
Tuesday–Thursday at 11:30–15:30
Saturday, Sunday at 11:30–16:00

Also open Oct–Dec, times will be updated on this page.

Top image: In the palace park you will find Ulriksdal Visitor centre and café, in the building to the right of the orangery. Photo: Samuel Unéus

The visitor centre with café is located in the building next to the Orangery in the palace park. Photo: Gomer Swahn

The visitor centre houses indoor and outdoor seating for café guests, and also houses items from The Royal Gift Shop. Photo: Samuel Unéus

The café also offers takeaway for a picnic in the park. Photo: Samuel Unéus

Buy your entry ticket to Ulriksdal Palace at the visitor centre. Photo: Samuel Unéus

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Join the guided tours and hear about the palace’s royal history, the history of the building itself and the preserved furnishings.

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For larger groups, we recommend a pre-booked tour with your own guide. Guided tours can be given in Swedish, simple Swedish or English.

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Opening hours: Closed